Report: Bruce Prichard Returning To WWE's Creative Team Full-Time, Update On S.T.W. Live Shows

Bruce Prichard is coming back to WWE's creative writing team.

Former WWE creative writer and on-screen manager Bruce Prichard is no longer a former creative writer for the sports-entertainment company as of today as PWInsider is reporting that Prichard is returning to WWE full-time. The site noted that Prichard will be coming back to a top position and begins work this upcoming Monday on RAW which emanates from Atlanta, Georgia.

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Prichard spent a total of twenty years in WWE/F as an on-screen character and creative writer. It is known that Prichard was looked upon as a go-to guy for Vince McMahon in terms of creative input. Once Prichard departed from WWE in 2008, he went on to work as a backstage producer and agent for TNA. It was after his stint in TNA that Prichard and Conrad Thompson launched their award-winning Something To Wrestle podcast on-which Prichard recalls why creative decisions were made and backstage moments that he remembers from his time in WWE.

Bruce Prichard and Conrad Thompson hosted 'Something Else To Wrestle' on the WWE Network which is a video version of Prichard's podcast. Conrad stated during an interview with Fightful's Sean Ross Sapp that the relationship that he and Bruce has with WWE is in good standing although 'Something To Wrestle' was announced for All Elite Wrestling's Starrcast II on 'Double Or Nothing' weekend in May. Fightful has reached out to Bruce Prichard, Conrad Thompson and WWE for a comment on the matter along with MLW seeing as how Prichard was hired as a producer for MLW last year. 

WWE Hall Of Famer Arn Anderson was recently let go from his producer role in WWE. PWI's report described Prichard's position in WWE as being "as important as possible" and as mentioned, the 33-year veteran of the wrestling business is set to return to WWE's creative team this Monday. 


In an update by way of POST Wrestling's John Pollock, Conrad Thompson told the site that nothing is cancelled in regards to the 'Something To Wrestle' live shows. 



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